StonemanOh Oh Oh
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This song is about the injustices of Blacks killed by police

Stonewall Stoneman Towery wrote, produced and performed everything on this recording

I was looking at a story about a young unarmed Black man who had been killed by the police. When the camera cut to his mother she sat with her head held in her hands and cried Oh oh oh I can't believe they killed my baby. I turned off the TV but the words oh oh oh kept vibrating in my head until I had to write a song about it.

Damn the song put excrement on the flag because it celebrates a freedom none of us ever had.
Too many young souls shot down in their prime. Too many young fools locked up doing time

They say we should be grateful that we have our freedom. To live in hostile police states where guns secure them.
They shoot to kill unarmed people and they tell us. That their response must be lethal oh, oh oh
They are the judge and the jury and executions are held each day through their fury oh oh oh.

12 White people on a rigged grand jury say the killing was just for my young dead homey. He never had a gun he never used gats but now he laying in the street with 50 bullets in his back.
His kin protest the racist laws and blatant injustice. Police don’t ever get arrested or busted.
10 million witnesses have seen their racist crime because its posted on youtube and so easy to find.

They say we should respect the folks who wear those badges. And be so grateful for them and their will to serve us.
They shoot to kill unarmed people men of color. And they don’t care its not legal oh oh oh,
They are the judge and the jury executions are held each day with fury. Oh oh oh

Kaepernick put his whole career on the line with a peaceful protest of the police and their crimes.
They tried to label him an ungrateful man. But the truth is that the hero in him would not let him stand for a symbol of hate and a blood stained flag. For a false song of freedom in White racist land
So many claim that we all receive justice. But the Blue line of hate can just not be trusted.

They say we should be grateful that we have our freedom. To live in hostile police states where guns secure them.
They say we should respect the folks who wear those badges. And be so grateful for them and their will to serve us.
They shoot to kill unarmed people and they tell us. That their response must be lethal oh, oh oh
They are the judge and the jury and executions are held each day through their fury oh oh oh.

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